Looks great as is already! What did you use for the exhaust shields? What about the seal between the cab and sleeper cab?
Thanks! For the exhaust shields I used stainless steel shim stock and painted the holes and Kenworth letters with black paint. It actually came out looking pretty good. I used a piece of wire between the cab and sleeper.
KJ, how did you update the dash? The one I'm working on is (hopefully) going to be a 1992-ish T600B.
If you are going for a 1992 model then the flat dash is fine. In the mid 90's (around 1995 I believe) kenworth switched to the easy-reach dash that wrapped the driver slightly better. Here is my modified dash for my W900L:
Thanks. I'm really only wanting the kit for the sleeper. I'm working on a 900L studio sleeper tri axle heavy haul truck. I'll prolly use the drivetrain from the kit in another truck. And use the cab for a big sleeper moving van truck. What kind of suspension does the kit have?
The sleeper is decent if you are using it to make a W900L. I am almost done with a W900L right now (pictures are in the workbench section) where I used a Revell W900 snap kit frame, suspension, and cab with the T600 sleeper. I modified the front of the sleeper where it meets the cab to be a more modern style aerocab. I also had to modify the roof of the cab to give it the slant necessary. The cab on the T600 works well if you are going for the one-piece windshield model. The dash needs to be changed as well to update it.